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Ocean View or Island View

Which view is considered the primo, most desirable view? What is the best location in the complex?

Avatar for sherryp2 sherryp2

7 years ago
Apr 07, 2007

Ocean View is the best and most costly. The buildings are called Hale and number 1-8. Hale 1 and 8 are the closest to the beach. An Ocean View in either of these buildings is the best in my opinion.

I prefer a first floor unit in Hale 8. Just walk out to the ocean or pool area - no elevators.

You can't go wrong here; only good and better.

Aloha

Avatar for pete110 pete110

7 years ago
Jun 14, 2007

pete110 wrote:
Ocean View is the best and most costly. The buildings are called Hale and number 1-8. Hale 1 and 8 are the closest to the beach. An Ocean View in either of these buildings is the best in my opinion.

I prefer a first floor unit in Hale 8. Just walk out to the ocean or pool area - no elevators.

You can't go wrong here; only good and better.

Aloha


We were in 72xx, odd number, ocean view but it was mostly parking lot for the beach, with Brenneke's a bit further out. Bit of blue ocean too.
Anyone know where "Island" view starts/stops vs "Ocean" view ? Hale5 perhaps ?
http://www.wizardpub.com/kauai/krmarriottwaiohai.html

Thanks

Avatar for paul1616 paul1616

7 years ago
Aug 04, 2007

The very best is Hale 1 ocean view, which overlooks a broad lawn and looks directly out onto the water. On the first floor you can just walk out onto the lawn so that kids can play soccer or whatever. Higher floors give gorgeous sunset views...just a good as the ones at the Beach House without the crowds.

Avatar for maureenc95 maureenc95

6 years ago
Mar 19, 2008

In my opinion Hale 1 and 8 are the best locations, particularly ground floor rooms 1103, -05, -07, or -09, which open to the lawn/beach and are relatively quiet. Accordingly, you have to make a building/room request when scheduling your weeks/s. However, you have to schedule 2 weeks or more of concurrent or consecutive usage to have much chance of getting your reservation in these buildings (though no guarantees). This means you have to own (or rent) 2 or more weeks at Waiohai. I learned this little wrinkle on my recent stay, so I bought a 2nd ocean view unit.

Jim

Last edit by marty8084 on Apr 17, 2008 03:49 PM.

Avatar for jimw230 jimw230

6 years ago
Apr 17, 2008

Has the derelict property immediately to the west of Hale 1 & 2 been redeveloped yet ?

Avatar for paul1616 paul1616

5 years ago
Mar 10, 2009

To answer my own question, yes it has !
http://www.koakea.com/
Looks great.

Avatar for paul1616 paul1616

5 years ago
Aug 14, 2009

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